Fifteenth hacknight – 13 participants. No speaker this week; a working session. Breakout groups: City of Toronto development application scraper – Gabe Exploring geospatial data, finding correlations between voter turnout and other things – Ushnish Government website plain language audit / report card – Matthew Thanks to Lighthouse Labs for hosting us, and for sponsoring Read more about Civic Tech Toronto Hacknight: October 27[…]
Fourteenth hacknight – 20 participants Speaker: Michelle Senayah from The Laneway Project and Open Streets TO Presentation: “Rethinking Toronto’s Public Space” Things to check out: The Laneway Project Open Streets TO YIMBY (Yes In My Backyard) – October 31, 2015 – CivicTechTO will have a table there! AccessHack – October 23 to November 6, 2015 ELNstudio 2015 Read more about Civic Tech Toronto Hacknight: October 20[…]
The Toronto budget is confusing, but it doesn’t need to be. Civic Tech Toronto’s Toronto Budget Workgroup in collaboration with BetterBudgetTO is rethinking how citizens debate, research and demystify the annual City of Toronto budget. We’ve got some solid ideas that require your invaluable input, but you have to show up to find out what Read more about Help Us Demystify Toronto’s Budget on Nov 10[…]
Thirteenth hacknight – 18 participants Things to check out: Dollars and votes: How fundraising has shaped the federal election campaign by Leon Lukashevsky YIMBY (Yes In My Backyard) – October 31, 2015 – CivicTechTO will have a table there! AccessHack – October 23 to November 6, 2015 ELNstudio 2015 – November 7, 2015 (Discount Code: FRIENDSOFCA15) Toronto Public Read more about Civic Tech Toronto Hacknight: October 13[…]
Twelfth hacknight – 15 participants Presenter: Iris Ko Breakout groups: Toronto Budget Project – Henrik Scraping orders-in-council – Alex Thanks to Design Cofounders for hosting us, and to ThoughtWorks for dinner!